I want to buy a class set, 30-40 mice (mouses), so the cheaper the better. But obviously durability would be a big plus. I heard they can be had for as little as $1 each, but does anyone know of a reliable source? Thanks.
Lot of 54 Logitech B100 3 Button Wired USB Optical Scroll Mouse M U0026 O3955 097855060266 | eBay Disclaimer
I used to maintain computer classrooms. Don't cheap out - buy mice that are durable and compatible; it's the user interface that gets the most use. Stick with name brands, optical sensors, and a matte black finish (hides the dirt). PS/2 connectors are OK if your PCs still have those jacks and the mouse cable is long enough to reach the chassis back.
Look for wholesalers or surplus businesses selling bulk Dell or HP -branded Microsoft or Logitech mice.
I agree. Although I offered the cheap way as sought.
posted: Aug. 14, 2016 @ 11:34a
Logitech M100 USB Optical mice. Usually around $5/ea brand new when bought in bulk.
Been using them in classrooms and computer labs for years and they are durable. I actually usually get the Logitech MK120 Keyboard/Mouse combo for around $10 and just replace them as rule every 3-4 years, but even though the keyboards are usually looking worn from heavy use after that time, I've actually only had 3 out of 500+ mice fail in the past 5 years (and I think it's the wire that failed on those).
posted: Aug. 14, 2016 @ 1:22p
I also like these: =24ptLot of Lenovo Computer Mice
Lot of 10, 4 lots available $29.99 ea FS I'd email seller & make a bargain for all 40 eBay Item # 232045973861
Or this Item# 262577074865 & ask him to split it up.
Or Item# 191929137569 but I'd want a picture of the bottom & research the "brand".
posted: Aug. 15, 2016 @ 12:51p
Thanks everyone for really useful info and ideas.
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posted: Aug. 15, 2016 @ 4:37p
deshibedeshi said: You can look ouy into http://www.ebay.com. there a sale is going on now. Cool, will have to check that site out
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